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Pop-up patio program may be extended another year

Report to Planning & Development Committee April 4

City staff have prepared a report recommending approval of the continuation of the pop-up patio pilot project for an additional year, with staff reporting back to Council at a future date following a re-evaluation of the program on matters including but not limited to design, safety, and fees.
The report will be discussed at the April 4 Planning & Development Committee at City Hall, 1pm, Council Chambers. Recommendations from P&D will go to City Council April 18 for a final decision.
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Written by Marianne Meed Ward

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